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{ "b" : "Cinema: Dark Water," , "cite" : "directed by Walter Salles, at cinemas nationwide from August 19."}

13th August, 2005

{ "b" : "Cinema: Dark Water," , "cite" : "directed by Walter Salles, at cinemas nationwide from August 19."}

Dark Water might best be remembered as the wettest film in history. Steeped in murky atmosphere, it portrays New York as a grey and city. The rain never stops, the sun never shines, and smiles are few and far between.

The film follows the misfortunes of divorcee Dahlia Williams (Jennifer Connolly), who is locked in a bitter custody battle over her...

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